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  1. Silence Broken: Crown Prince Kravos Addresses Aluxia, Calls for Father's Ouster After many weeks if not months since Crown Prince Kravos was last seen beside his father, he suddenly reappeared last night on several television channels across the country to speak on the current civil conflict. In an address that lasted no longer than five minutes, the royal said that he was in a safe location within the country but that had survived more than one attempt on his life. Throughout the speech, he fiercely criticized his father for his heavy-handedness and backwardness, leading Aluxia into the realm of isolated nations for refusing to recognize that the era of top-down leadership has been long gone. Kravos said that his father was responsible for the mass arrest of thousands of political opponents, both Democrats, and ennobled individuals; along with proclaiming the death of hundreds of artists and writers who created works that portrayed him in a pale light. Additionally, he also said that he was prepared to commit untold atrocities upon Aluxia's Juddish minority but only held back because of his intervention. None of these accusations can be verified. With the list of horrible acts the Crown Prince stated was committed by the Emperor aired over the television waves, Kravos officially came out and called for his father's ouster for the good of Aluxia, and for the transformation of the nation's governing structure. He has called upon all loyal Aluxians who wish to see a better nation -- and engaged properly with the greater community on Eurth, to fight on the side of the FAA. Kravos ended his five-minute address saying that he recognizes the pain and suffering Aluxians on both sides of the civil war have felt but believed that it could end any time with the fall of the Emperor or by the standing military refusing to comply with his father's orders and force him from the throne. The Imperial Palace issued a short statement minutes after the Crown Prince's broken silence which said simply Davros is the legitimate leader of the Empire and that Kravos' treason, son of royalty or not, will not be tolerated. A warrant for Kravos' arrest has been issued by his father who has disowned his son.
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    Silence Broken: Crown Prince Kravos Addresses Aluxia, Calls for Father's Ouster After many weeks if not months since Crown Prince Kravos was last seen beside his father, he suddenly reappeared last night on several television channels across the country to speak on the current civil conflict. In an address that lasted no longer than five minutes, the royal said that he was in a safe location within the country but that had survived more than one attempt on his life. Throughout the speech, he fiercely criticized his father for his heavy-handedness and backwardness, leading Aluxia into the realm of isolated nations for refusing to recognize that the era of top-down leadership has been long gone. Kravos said that his father was responsible for the mass arrest of thousands of political opponents, both Democrats, and ennobled individuals; along with proclaiming the death of hundreds of artists and writers who created works that portrayed him in a pale light. Additionally, he also said that he was prepared to commit untold atrocities upon Aluxia's Juddish minority but only held back because of his intervention. None of these accusations can be verified. With the list of horrible acts the Crown Prince stated was committed by the Emperor aired over the television waves, Kravos officially came out and called for his father's ouster for the good of Aluxia, and for the transformation of the nation's governing structure. He has called upon all loyal Aluxians who wish to see a better nation -- and engaged properly with the greater community on Eurth, to fight on the side of the FAA. Kravos ended his five-minute address saying that he recognizes the pain and suffering Aluxians on both sides of the civil war have felt but believed that it could end any time with the fall of the Emperor or by the standing military refusing to comply with his father's orders and force him from the throne. The Imperial Palace issued a short statement minutes after the Crown Prince's broken silence which said simply Davros is the legitimate leader of the Empire and that Kravos' treason, son of royalty or not, will not be tolerated. A warrant for Kravos' arrest has been issued by his father who has disowned his son.
  3. In an effort to keep the storyline moving, I am contemplating having Kravos make an announcement over the airwaves listing his father's horrible activities and why he is not standing by his father but rather the FAA. He won't say if he's leading it (he essentially is while using Solov as the proxy premier). Thoughts? I recommend this in a means of getting this story towards some level of conclusion.
  4. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I would imagine that the use of missionaries would still hold up, probably by Tagmatine voyages across the ocean. I am not too picky as to how this goes. I will follow the lead of everyone on this thread and based on where it goes, I can just modify the history as needed.
  5. I apologize for the longer than expected posting from me. Since PyeMcGowan hasn't messaged me at all about his post, I just ignored responding to it as I have absolutely no way of where to take it. If he does get back to me either in PM or through this thread, then we might be able to come up with something. Anyways, @Tikva will be investigating the aircraft crash and Crown Prince Kravos has made a reappearance in the story. He'll be coming up more in the next few posting cycles.
  6. An aristocratic manor outside Mireya Crown Prince Kravos had been quietly conducting the civil war, through Solov, from his personal retreat. He left the Imperial Palace the night before the FAA came out into the open and declared war upon his father's regime. He had not communicated one word to him -- and as far as his father was aware, the FAA was responsible for his kidnapping or, and probably more desired his death. Kravos and Davros had never liked each other and Kravos was totally content with his assumed death. All the better that his revenge would feel the second he'd be before his own father when the FAA stored Vardin -- of course, that day had to come first. Imperial forces were emboldened following the cargo plane crash. He knew the FAA was not responsible for it as the nearest military unit was not within ten miles of the site, let alone for the fact that the unit did not possess mobile anti-aircraft equipment. All of the FAA's, a mere fifteen obtained through paid military deals with less than loyal military commanders, had all been positioned to protect Endvo. The plane's downing was solely on the Imperial government. Kravos knew his father did not care about casualty rates, whether it was his own or those who were not involved. Unfortunately for him, he couldn't take the personal risk to share this information with the international community or his role with the FAA would be exposed. There was a knock on the door of the study he was sitting in. Chornarov entered. "...the Emperor continues to blame the FAA for the downing of the plane," he said. Kravos nodded. "Not unsurprising. What of the investigation?" "Solov accepted the offer, per your recommendation," he responded. "The Imperials, not wanting to look weak, concurred. We should expect several Tikvan inspectors to arrive in a few days." "Where are the Shai agents?" "They were supposed to meet us in Chukba but our failed offensive has cut us off from them. Why?" "We could use them to get the proof of the movement's innocence out of the country or at least transmitted to the proper channels." "Perhaps," paused Chornarov. "But we have bigger problems at the moment. Endvo is at risk of being attacked by the Imperial 4th Army, Gradin is surrounded, and without Chukba secured, we cannot use the protection of Juddish people to get Tikva completely on-side." "The Tikvans are playing a dangerous game. They are playing both sides of the table." His friend cut him off. "You technically are, except that you are staying in your rather ornate home." The telephone rang. It was Solov. Both men spoke for ten minutes discussing the situation in the Zygarian highlands. "...Poporov is making another contribution to the effort. It's the fourth payment, we only have one more coming in so we have to make some moves before we can no longer pay the military commanders who've offered their services..." Chornarov cut into the conversation. "I have a better idea than using his money. We should stage a daring raid upon the Imperial Treasury." Solov and Kravos were silent. "No, no," said Solov, "we cannot take that risk, not with our stronghold in direct line of attack." Kravos sat quietly and then spoke up. "Solov," he responded, "it may be too risky for most FAA units, but, we do have some favors we could call upon...I wonder if our Fulgistani support would like to help us take a withdrawal. They, of course, can take a cut of the job for compensation..." The Premier was quiet. "I am not sure, but I am happy to have our sole contact ask them if they are interested in the work. "One other thing," said Kravos, but before he could continue his sentence, one of his bodyguards rushed into the room. "I hate to interrupt but our friend in town noticed a few army trucks leaving Mireya and coming up the mountain road in direction. I firmly believe that they're from the Imperial 1st Army." Chornarov turned to the crown prince, "it would appear that your father has figured out that you are alive and either he wants to bring you back to Vardin or outright kill you." "We'll have to finish this conversation later," and slammed the phone onto the floor. "Time to go." "Go where?" asked Chornarov. "We are going to Endvo, with all haste," he responded collecting a few valuables, his service pistol, and his journal. "The fate of Aluxia lies in the contents of these pages, a new Aluxia can only come from what's written within." His bodyguards, in total five, had been preparing for this moment and had packed his car. "No time to waste, we'll take the long way down around the backside of Mireya."
  7. More Questions than Answers in Neutral Aircraft Crash FAA and Imperial authorities continue to blame the other for being the responsible party in downing a neutral cargo aircraft that had been, according to the organization called 'Safety for All People,' was carrying vital medicine and foodstuffs to a number of refugee camps outside Jurev overseen by another neutral body. Premier Solov says the Imperial Government does not care about their own people, even those caught in the crossfire of their dispute. He stressed that the Emperor has the blood of five courageous aircraft personnel and the two dozen aid workers that were onboard. In response, the Imperial government has lashed back with claims that Solov wishes to prolong the suffering of all people by starving and killing those in the camps. Based upon fairly reliable sources, both the FAA and the Imperial government have accepted the offer by Tikvan Prime Minister Lasker to have officials of his government act as independent arbiters to determine who really shot down the aircraft. A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Ayalon would neither confirm nor deny the rumors but stated that the State would do whatever it took to protect the Juddish people in Aluxia. Despite the only suspected area in which the two parties have agreed to as of this date, neither have ceased their attacks upon the other -- Imperial forces have undertaken a strong offensive into the Zygarian highlands and have captured several villages on the road to the proclaimed capital of the FAA, Endvo.
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    More Questions than Answers in Neutral Aircraft Crash FAA and Imperial authorities continue to blame the other for being the responsible party in downing a neutral cargo aircraft that had been, according to the organization called 'Safety for All People,' was carrying vital medicine and foodstuffs to a number of refugee camps outside Jurev overseen by another neutral body. Premier Solov says the Imperial Government does not care about their own people, even those caught in the crossfire of their dispute. He stressed that the Emperor has the blood of five courageous aircraft personnel and the two dozen aid workers that were onboard. In response, the Imperial government has lashed back with claims that Solov wishes to prolong the suffering of all people by starving and killing those in the camps. Based upon fairly reliable sources, both the FAA and the Imperial government have accepted the offer by Tikvan Prime Minister Lasker to have officials of his government act as independent arbiters to determine who really shot down the aircraft. A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Ayalon would neither confirm nor deny the rumors but stated that the State would do whatever it took to protect the Juddish people in Aluxia. Despite the only suspected area in which the two parties have agreed to as of this date, neither have ceased their attacks upon the other -- Imperial forces have undertaken a strong offensive into the Zygarian highlands and have captured several villages on the road to the proclaimed capital of the FAA, Endvo.
  9. It's taken a bit to re-read where we are as I plan on the draft for this week and @PyeMcGowan, I am still completely confused by what you posted, can you message me so we can talk about it before I finish writing. Thanks.
  10. @Tikva: Thanks for the statement. This perfectly sets up a response by me concerning the plane and where the conflict goes from here.
  11. Update: I still owe more storyline concerning the plane and that is coming in the next few days. @Fulgistan and @Sayf: I'll get in touch with both of you over the course of the week about what the FAA's plan is. @Greater Serbia: thank you for responding about the drastically reduced number. I know you want to be engaged in the fight but with a large Tagmatine presence in the conflict, I needed to balance my 'ally' with a nation said 'ally' doesn't have the rosiest in-character opinion of (I know there are comments concerning deliberations on cooling the heat between the countries but I don't want the Civil War to act as a proxy for that situation). @Tikva: I got your message -- I have sent you a response as to how you could proceed.
  12. Private Communique to the Serbian Volunteer Guard Military officials and advisors have reviewed your offer of deploying over 5,000 men into Aluxia to combat the rebels plaguing our country. Several had expressed extreme reservations about their involvement on the ground -- as it is already hard enough to coordinate with our Tagmatine brothers in the field. At least one had a genuine concern over using paramilitary units instead of proper military soldiers. At this juncture, we do not need the entirety of the brigade. The Imperial Army has the FAA on the run back into their own territory and the Navy, in coordination with their Tagmatine counterparts, have the port of Gradin locked down. All we need to do is continue applying pressure on them. We would like to pay the Guard a retainer fee to have two fast strike teams and their associated equipment ready for deployment at a moment's notice. If a time requires the full utilization of the SVG, then we will revisit the larger terms and conditions you listed in your previous communication. This war will not be won on pure numbers, which are already in the Imperial Government's favor, but with good tactics, and swift conviction. The FAA may have bold guts, but it won't be enough. They will fall soon enough...
  13. In the Skies over Aluxia The war was intensifying with no end in sight. International aid was a challenge to receive between the Tagmatine blockade of Gradin and the congestion at the harbor at Narlis. Some nations had decided to take the very risky approach of delivering critical supplies by air. There were advisories issued by the global organization that oversaw air travel and strongly urged all aircraft to avoid Aluxia. Most heeded the advice, but not this aircrew from a nation in the south of Eurth. "...we're entering Aluxian airspace now..." reported the first officer. They had entered it unfortunately right in the center of the warzone. The airplane proceeded on course for a minute until an alarm bell began to sound. "What's going on..." The onboard computer spoke up. "Incoming projectile...3000 feet..." Most commercial airliners did not come with this level of technology -- it was procured from a military firm from Tikva for they had this type of detection equipment on every passenger and cargo plane. "What the hell!" yelled the captain. "...2000 feet..." It was getting closer and closer with each passing second. "Attempting evasive maneuvers," remarked the captain. The large cargo plane was not built for such flexibility. "...1000 feet...500 feet..." "Too late!" The projectile, a rocket, hit them in the wing, taking out their engines closest to the fuselage, they began losing altitude. There were three other crew members and they were ordered to try putting out as many of the fires that sparked from the impact but it was futile. "We're going down..." They were dropping like a lead balloon. The crew scrambled to get their parachutes on and abandon their aircraft to its fate but another projectile hit them as they were about to jump, nosediving the plane. It would crash into a field three miles south of Orlov. All five crew members were killed. News of the crash reached both the FAA and the Imperial authorities and immediately within hours, each side blamed the other for the incident, and there was certainly going to be condemnation from the international community for such blatant disregard for neutral actors.
  14. I'll have that scene for this weekend. Keep an eye on the thread.
  15. Heads up: in light of Tagmatium's now-non existent events surrounding the Leopard's Throne thread, it does change up his involvement in my conflict. I am still running through an alternate timeline of events. In the meantime, the next post from me will involve a plane going 'missing.'
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